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Mr Pies

6,249 posts

73 months

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Absolutely beautiful. What have you called him? I want to call mine 'Archie' or 'Colin'.

Gargamel

7,205 posts

147 months

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I am certain that thin blue piece of string will be adequate to hold him back if a cat or something saunters past.....


Tango13

3,331 posts

62 months

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See that? That's how daft your Rottie is! wink

Joking apart, a beautiful hound and great to see one with a tail smile

Edited by Tango13 on Sunday 7th October 20:33

car crazy

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1,796 posts

49 months

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Mr Pies said:
Absolutely beautiful. What have you called him? I want to call mine 'Archie' or 'Colin'.
He's called Keani an irish name but he answers to keane or key

car crazy

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Gargamel said:
I am certain that thin blue piece of string will be adequate to hold him back if a cat or something saunters past.....
He hasn't pulled on the string yet its just a precaution as if he gets out he might not know his way back yet, and his previous owner had 2 cats and a baby. They moved to a smaller house so he had to go.

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car crazy

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Tango13 said:


See that? That's how daft your Rottie is! wink

Joking apart, a beautiful hound and great to see one with a tail smile

Edited by Tango13 on Sunday 7th October 20:33
You can tell how old a rotty is by that, any younger than 2 have tails (the law changed)

Jasandjules

51,442 posts

115 months

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Aw what a cutie.

Tango13

3,331 posts

62 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
car crazy said:
Tango13 said:


See that? That's how daft your Rottie is! wink

Joking apart, a beautiful hound and great to see one with a tail smile

Edited by Tango13 on Sunday 7th October 20:33
You can tell how old a rotty is by that, any younger than 2 have tails (the law changed)
Rottie, Boxer, Doberman, whatever, they all look better with a tail smile doesn't stop them being daft as aholes but at least they are better proportioned with a tail laugh

car crazy

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1,796 posts

49 months

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Wednesday 10th October 2012 quote quote all
Tango13 said:
car crazy said:
Tango13 said:


See that? That's how daft your Rottie is! wink

Joking apart, a beautiful hound and great to see one with a tail smile

Edited by Tango13 on Sunday 7th October 20:33
You can tell how old a rotty is by that, any younger than 2 have tails (the law changed)
Rottie, Boxer, Doberman, whatever, they all look better with a tail smile doesn't stop them being daft as aholes but at least they are better proportioned with a tail laugh
That's one good thing about daft dog, at least he doesn't chase his tail because if he caught it with his teeth it might hurtbiggrin

Mr Pies

6,249 posts

73 months

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Has he naturally started guarding the house yet? Barking when someone is at the door etc?

car crazy

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1,796 posts

49 months

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Mr Pies said:
Has he naturally started guarding the house yet? Barking when someone is at the door etc?
No he doesn't bark much just one bark when i open the door until he realises who it is. Probably a different story if it wasn't me or the wife though.

car crazy

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1,796 posts

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Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on

SpudLink

553 posts

78 months

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car crazy said:
Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on
Ideal dog carrier.
I knew a bloke who had to turn his discovery into a 2 seater to carry his Great Danes. Bloody enormous beasts, they were.

car crazy

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1,796 posts

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SpudLink said:
car crazy said:
Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on
Ideal dog carrier.
I knew a bloke who had to turn his discovery into a 2 seater to carry his Great Danes. Bloody enormous beasts, they were.
A lot of the discos in the adds have 7 leather seats and circa 100000 miles in 15 years which is very low mileage

Jasandjules

51,442 posts

115 months

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Wednesday 21st November 2012 quote quote all
car crazy said:
Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on
Get a passat estate. He will get in the back comfortably - my newfie did.

SpudLink

553 posts

78 months

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Jasandjules said:
car crazy said:
Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on
Get a passat estate. He will get in the back comfortably - my newfie did.
Is the OP planning to head deep into the woods, dales, etc? I should think that is where the Disco comes into it's own.

car crazy

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1,796 posts

49 months

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SpudLink said:
Jasandjules said:
car crazy said:
Looking for a Discovery for him now so that I can take Jim for walks further afield, no way he's getting in the Audi because of the red leather. Put in autotrader up to 2k and up to 100 miles from my postcode, 25 results to look at for the new dog vanbiggrin. I'll let you know how I get on
Get a passat estate. He will get in the back comfortably - my newfie did.
Is the OP planning to head deep into the woods, dales, etc? I should think that is where the Disco comes into it's own.
Yes planning to take him up some of the local fella in the lake district, drive to the end of the tracks then walkthumbup

Spiffing

1,532 posts

96 months

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Love Rotties, brittiant dogs which do not earn the bad press that a few people who have got them as "status symbols" have given them. Such a shame as a friend has done very well with Rotties in disciplines (agility, obedience, show) and wote to our local rag after it published an article on how evil Rottie's were offering to be interviewed to provide a balanced opinion. Unsurprisingly they declined...

car crazy

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1,796 posts

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Spiffing said:
Love Rotties, brittiant dogs which do not earn the bad press that a few people who have got them as "status symbols" have given them. Such a shame as a friend has done very well with Rotties in disciplines (agility, obedience, show) and wote to our local rag after it published an article on how evil Rottie's were offering to be interviewed to provide a balanced opinion. Unsurprisingly they declined...
This ones a lovely dog never met one that isn't to be honest

SpudLink

553 posts

78 months

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car crazy said:
Spiffing said:
Love Rotties, brittiant dogs which do not earn the bad press that a few people who have got them as "status symbols" have given them. Such a shame as a friend has done very well with Rotties in disciplines (agility, obedience, show) and wote to our local rag after it published an article on how evil Rottie's were offering to be interviewed to provide a balanced opinion. Unsurprisingly they declined...
This ones a lovely dog never met one that isn't to be honest
I'd agree with that.
My favorite lived in a pub in South London. Fat bugger that helped himself to the crisps from the box under the counter. He would encourage you to scratch behind his ear, then growl softly if you stopped. A real character.
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